Walmart Denied an 18-Year-Old a Gun. Oregon Says They Broke the Law. | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Walmart Denied an 18-Year-Old a Gun. Oregon Says They Broke the Law.

A Walmart in St. Helens, Oregon could be facing a stiff financial penalty thanks to its new age-restrictions on gun sales. After the national chain implemented a new policy in the wake of the Parkland, FL school shooting restricting the sale of guns to those over the age of 21, an Oregon resident named Hannah Brumbles went to her local store in search of a rifle. The 18-year-old college student was denied her purchase, however, thanks to the new rules. She and her father, gun rights activist Chris Brumbles, filed an age-discrimination complaint with the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries in April, claiming the store violated state law.

In a decision this week, the Oregon BOLI agreed with the Brumbles’ complaint.

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And yes, back when I was a kid, catalogs ran ads like this all the time. That was normal. Everyone got their first gun at age 12 AND THERE WERE NO MASS SHOOTINGS!

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